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Podcasts

Weekend Newswatch

Friday, October 31, 201410/31/2014

A Benedictine dad on changes at the school

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with the father of a Benedictine University student about the meeting held at the school concerning undergrad programs.

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Friday, October 31, 201410/31/2014

PCCC General Manager Briank Oaks on the Illini coming to town

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Brian Oaks with the Prairie Capital Convention Center talks with Joey about the Fighting Illini coming to Springfield to play five games next year.

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Friday, October 31, 201410/31/2014

The Manhunt is over in Pennsylvania

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

The self-described survivalist wanted for the murder of a state trooper in Pennsylvanian has been captured after a 7 week manhunt.

Morning Newswatch

Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Mike Bell on His Campaign

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey talks with Mike Bell, candidate for 96th District who is running against Sue Scherer.

Weekend Newswatch

Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Armed Forces Must Undergo Quarantine

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Defense secretary Chuck Hagel has approved 21 day isolation period for all military personnel returning from West African countries hard hit by the Ebola outbreak.

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Thursday, October 30, 201410/30/2014

Is Ebola Distracting Our Armed Forces?

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Defense secretary Chuck Hagel has approved 21 day isolation period for all military personnell returning from West African countries hard hit by the Ebola outbreak.

Morning Newswatch

Wednesday, October 29, 201410/29/2014

State Senator Andy Manar on the Election

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

With the election just days away, Joey talks with State Senator Andy Manar on why he should get your vote.

Weekend Newswatch

Wednesday, October 29, 201410/29/2014

Alderman Theilen on the City Council Meeting

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Joey Talks with Alderman Kris Theilen about the “do over” on the one million dollars that were headed for the police and fire pension funds.

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Wednesday, October 29, 201410/29/2014

Space Station bound rocket explodes soon after liftoff

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

An unmanned rocket carrying cargo to the international space station last evening. jA potential setback to NASAs program for privatizing such missions.

Morning Newswatch

Tuesday, October 28, 201410/28/2014

Department of Public Health Director Jim Stone on Quarantines

In Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Department of Public Health Director Jim Stone talks with Joey on the evolving Ebola quarantine regulations.

Recent Headlines

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Madigan: My COLA Rescinding Bill is Better than GOP’s

Illinois Speaker of the House Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, talks from the speakers podium in the House chambers Tuesday, May 13, 2014, in Springfield Ill. The Illinois Legislature resumes work toward its end of May deadline.

The Speaker of the Illinois House says Tuesday's vote to roll back lawmakers' cost-of-living increases represents progress toward meeting the governor halfway.

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U of I Holds Back Some Pay Raises

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University of Illinois President Timothy Killeen says the school will not dole out pay raises until the state budget situation is settled.

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Illinois College Helping with Cuban Orchid Research

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Jacksonville's Illinois College is playing a part in work that can now be done since the restoring of diplomatic ties with Cuba.

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Mel Reynolds: I’m Not Guilty

FILE - In this Nov. 28, 2012 file photo, former Illinois Congressman Mel Reynolds announces that he's running for the 2nd District seat vacated by Jesse Jackson Jr., in Chicago. Reynolds has been indicted on federal tax evasion charges, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Chicago said in a statement Friday June 26, 2015. The indictment says the 63-year-old Chicago Democrat failed to file income tax returns for four consecutive years, between 2009 and 2012. Each count of failing to file carries a maximum one-year prison sentence. Reynolds resigned his Illinois congressional seat in 1995 after being convicted of statutory rape for having sex with an underage campaign worker. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)

Former Congressman Mel Reynolds says he will plead not guilty to federal tax evasion charges.

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State Rep. Will Davis: One of a Kind

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Defends voting for his own pay increase

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Report: New Berlin coach, board president face charges

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Creviston found passed out behind the wheel; Gordon allegedly wields gun in love triangle